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Ultrasound based skin tightening with Ultherapy.

What Is Ulthera?
How Does Ulthera Work?
What Are The Risks Of Ulthera?
How Much Does Ulthera Cost?
What Are Ulthera Alternatives?

What Is Ulthera?

Ultherapy with the Ulthera device is substantially different than other aesthetic devices. Ultrasonic energy stimulates the growth of collagen which is responsible for skin's ability to bounce back and maintain its shape. Over time, the collagen breaks down, often causing sagging and wrinkles. New collagen growth makes skin appear tighter and firmer.
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Ultherapy Results
Actual Ultherapy Results
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How Does Ulthera Work?

Ulthera adds in the benefit of DeepSEE technology. Using the same ultrasound that's treating the patient, the doctor can see under the skin just as with traditional sonograms. This enables physicians to see what they're doing easier than ever before. The doctor can better ensure they're treating skin at the proper depth for maximum results.

Ulthera is a simple procedure that can be performed during the lunch hour. Since there is no downtime or healing time required, most patients can return to work right away. Many patients see results immediately with continued improvement over the next couple of months.

Ultherapy Before After
Actual Before and After Results of Uthera
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What Are The Risks Of Ulthera?

While Ulthera is completely nonsurgical, risks of Ulthera may include some redness immediately after the procedure but this should disappear within a few hours. Common side effects include slight swelling for a few days post treatments or mild tingling/tenderness to touch for the next few days to weeks. Less common post-treatment effects are small areas of bruising or numbness.
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How Much Does Ulthera Cost?

Cost for Ulthera treatments vary from market to market and depends on the area being treated: upper, lower or full face. Patients should expect to pay between $1,000 to $5,000 for an Ulthera treatment.
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What Are Ulthera Alternatives?

Non-invasive Ulthera alternatives include:

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